“It’s definitely a vehicle that keeps Paul Ryan in the national conversation,” says Mike Browne of the left-leaning One Wisconsin Now. [Wisconsin Examiner]
“It’s definitely a vehicle that keeps Paul Ryan in the national conversation,” says Mike Browne of the left-leaning One Wisconsin Now. [Urban Milwaukee]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements about career politician Paul Ryan’s farewell media tour.
That we are all paying for tax cuts for the mega-wealthy who are working with Paul Ryan to fund the appallingly racist and negative ads is deeply troubling. [Sludge]
Scot Ross, the head of One Wisconsin Now, says Douglass can't be trusted to represent "the trade group for the industry people rely on for unbiased information." [WISC-TV]
Scot Ross, the head of One Wisconsin Now, says Douglass can't be trusted to represent "the trade group for the industry people rely on for unbiased information." [Associated Press]
Wisconsin Broadcasters Association chair-elect Nancy Douglass resigns amid criticism over attack ad targeting Randy Bryce as a ‘deadbeat’
The liberal group One Wisconsin Now slammed Douglass, saying her participation in the ad damaged the credibility of the Wisconsin Broadcasters Association. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
Incoming Wisconsin Broadcasters Board Chair Featured in Paul Ryan Super PAC Ad Attacking Wisconsin Democrat Randy Bryce
‘Ms. Douglass Can Be as Big a Right-Wing Partisan Republican as She Wants, But She Can’t Also be Trusted Representative for Broadcast Trade Association’
“Yes,” said Wisconsin Democratic strategist Scot Ross when asked if he thought a Democrat would replace Ryan in Congress next year. [Washington Post]
Scot Ross argued on “Capital City” that Ryan was retiring because of the “toxic” environment for Republicans created by Trump. [Capital Times]
With few actual accomplishments Paul Ryan was somehow placed on a pedestal as some gifted intellectual. [Milwaukee Independent]
Now he will have more time to spend with his family and contemplate his legacy, the $1.5 trillion in debt he’s left with our children. [WBAY-TV]
When you look up ‘White Privilege’ in the dictionary, you see Paul Ryan’s photo. [WMTV-TV]
The progressive group One Wisconsin Now’s Executive Director Scot Ross excoriated Ryan in a statement. [Racine Journal Times]
With few actual accomplishments Paul Ryan was somehow placed on a pedestal as some gifted intellectual. [Wisconsin Gazette]
Paul Ryan is stepping down as Speaker of the House just months before the midterm elections, amid controversies rocking the Republican party. [MSNBC]
One Wisconsin Now Executive Director Scot Ross released the following statements that career politician Republican Rep. Paul Ryan will not run for re-election.
MSNBC guest unloads on NRA’s ‘top dog’ Paul Ryan for holding closed door town hall to avoid Parkland teens
“It’s been 915 days since Paul Ryan held a town hall here in the state of Wisconsin,” Ross explained. [RawStory]
A Wisconsin political activist ripped into Rep. Paul Ryan (R-WI) on Saturday morning for holding a private town hall that did not include his own constituents. [MSNBC]
Rep. Paul Ryan, Gov. Scott Walker, and Republican Attorney General Brad Schimel have offered no condemnation of Paul Nehlen.
The Week Ahead: Scott Walker a Featured Speaker at Florida Alt-Right Conference, Paul Ryan to Add $1.5 Trillion to Federal Deficit and Ron Johnson Gets His ‘Badger Bribe’
In the midst of the holiday season, right-wing Wisconsin politicians have a busy week of spreading discord and looting the federal treasury.
A national publication today reported that Speaker Paul Ryan may retire from Congress at the end of his term in 2018.
A smorgasbord of tax giveaways to the wealthiest and corporations unveiled today by the GOP in D.C. eliminates a tax deduction for student loan borrowers.
One Wisconsin Now came out with a statement Monday, saying Ryan plans to “hand out tax breaks to the super rich at the expense of hard-working Wisconsinites.” [Janesville Gazette]
Paul Ryan today is genuflecting before the state’s big business lobby about the Trump-Ryan plan to hand out tax breaks to the super rich.
If we don’t learn the lessons of other states, it will be our public schools and Main Street businesses paying for Scott Walker’s desperation for generations.
“He caught fire because the face of taking away health care for 24 million people is his potential opponent,” said Scot Ross. [the Olympian]
Joy Reid discusses Republican Speaker of the House Paul Ryan's opponents with Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now and others on the panel. [MSNBC]
Reports Say Republicans in Congress Set to Give Themselves Special Protection From Insurance Company Abuses in Latest Version of Bill to Repeal Affordable Care Act
Reports Say Republicans in Congress to Give Selves Special Protection From Insurance Company Abuses in Latest Version of Bill to Repeal Affordable Care Act.
"Paul Ryan has said that we needed to get rid of the Affordable Care Act for seven years. And when push came to shove, he didn't have a plan," said Scot Ross. [Milwaukee Journal Sentinel]
One Wisconsin Now joined a panel to discuss how the failure of the GOP health care bill potentially led to a political blow-up between factions of the party. [MSNBC]
One Wisconsin Now's Scot Ross joined AM Joy's panel to discuss Donald Trump, Twitter, and a Fox News host calling on House Speaker Paul Ryan to step down. [MSNBC]
Scot Ross of One Wisconsin Now argued that recent failed health care reform negotiations showed that Ryan “can be rolled” by conservatives in the U.S. House. [Raw Story]
According to a 2016 article in the New York Times, only three bills Paul Ryan has authored since being elected in 1998 have been signed into law.
‘That’s More Than One Million People for Every Year Paul Ryan and His Family Have Enjoyed Taxpayer-Funded Health Care.’
Here are the questions to which Wisconsin constituents are owed answers by the Republican Congressional delegation of Senator Ron Johnson and U.S. Representatives.
Statements regarding U.S. House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan’s (R-Janesville) continuing support for Donald Trump’s racist and ineffective Muslim Ban.
A restricted, invite-only photo opportunity between Mike Pence and Paul Ryan at a Janesville business today is not a town hall meeting with constituents.
Sean Duffy, Paul Ryan and Congressional Republicans Poised to Prevent Wisconsinites From Choosing Their Own Health Care Provider
Sean Duffy, Paul Ryan and the GOP cabal in Washington D.C. are carrying out a political agenda, trying to eliminate an organization with which they disagree.
This was Paul Ryan's failure. He was either feckless or he was complicit in the attempted dismantling of the House ethics rules.
Ryan hasn’t had much of an explanation. “Paul Ryan has put partisanship and political expediency before principle and patriotism,” charges Scot Ross. [Urban Milwaukee]
Top Wisconsin Republicans have announced they will be standing with Donald Trump on stage this evening as he visits Wisconsin.
Many experts are already projecting that Hillary Clinton will win. But are there battleground states that could shift the map in Donald Trump’s favor? [MSNBC]
One Wisconsin Now Calls on Wisconsin Congressional Delegation to Take Immediate Action on Critical Flint Water Assistance
One Wisconsin Now Calls on Wisconsin Congressional Delegation to Take Immediate Action on Critical Flint Water Assistance.
Donald Trump has set a new low with his outrageously irresponsible and dangerous comments inciting violence.
‘Given GOP Record In WI Against Women, Minorities, LGBTQ, Poor People, It’s Not What Trump Has Said, It’s What He Won’t Say That Has WISGOP in Arms’
Republican National Convention Student Loan Debt Tally: 43 Million Americans With $1.3 Trillion in Student Loan Debt, 0 Mentions in Addresses of Rep. Paul Ryan, Rep. Sean Duffy and Sen. Ron Johnson
Speeches of three Wisconsin officials – Reps. Paul Ryan and Sean Duffy and Sen. Ron Johnson – contained zero references to the crisis of student debt.
One Wisconsin Now dismissed Ryan’s poverty tour as supplication for his past comments dividing the country into “makers and takers.” [Racine Journal Times]
One Wisconsin Now has “endorsed with the intensity of 1,000 suns” U.S. Rep. Gwen Moore’s “Top 1% Accountability Act of 2016.”
The next time Paul Ryan is held out as the intellectual heart of the Republican Party remember he is voting to give Donald Trump the codes to our nation’s nuclear arsenal. [Capital Times]